ateljé Lyktan

Exhibition Award
Bredgade 41, 1260 Copenhagen, Denmark
ateljé Lyktan
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At the end of the vast flat lands of southern Sweden, at the edge of the Baltic Sea, lies the small town of Åhus. This is the setting for ateljé Lyktan, a lighting manufacturer with an 90-year long history and an archive of lights that have defined Swedish design over the last century. By creating innovative, energy efficient and sustainable lighting solutions adapted to people’s requirements and with the least possible impact on the environment, ateljé Lyktan contributes to, and takes responsibility for, a sustainable development within society in general. This exhibition is made together with Blå Station and iGuzzini.

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